Whitney Wolfe Says That Dating Apps Are No Longer Taboo

Whitney Wolfe has ventured into giving dating Apps a new name that is different from the former one. Formally, Dating Apps were viewed as taboo, they were associated with desperate people who had lacked mates in life and had resorted to the sites. Still, some other people associated the dating sites with psychos who were out to abuse other people, but not anymore.

Since the introduction of Bumble App by Whitney Wolfe, and Tinder App, which she also co- founded, people accept the dating apps more. Bumble is not only used for dating purposes but also for general relationships. When a person relocates to a new location, they then use Bumble to locate new friends and make the new location less lonely. Still, Bumble helps women who no longer get married in their early twenties to bond with each other as they await appropriate mates. Besides that, Whitney Wolfe realized that there are equally many single mothers who can easily hook up on Google and share topics such as parenting tips.

Whitney Wolfe wants to take Bumble App to another level as she introduces a physical space in New York. The space will be called the Hive and all people, who have been using the Bumble brand, will be allowed to couple up and socialize in the space. Moreover, the site will also hold more meetings that will impact people’s social lives. Some of the scheduled meetings are related to topics on relationships, style, fashion as well as healthy living. Moreover, Whitney Wolfe also intends to introduce the BumbleBizz, which will focus on helping people in their economic and professional affairs.

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Advocating For Human Rights: the Leading Organizations in Making the World Right

Everyone human being has rights. Some rights are enshrined in constitutions, especially in the developed and the developing democracies. There are also global organizations- such as the United Nations- that bring nations together so as to set a common base for the implementation of human rights. However, not all administrations adhere to the guidelines of human rights provisions.

As a matter of fact, some governments have been historically involved in a gross violation of human rights to the point of attracting general outcries over the same. That notwithstanding, human rights are diverse and cannot, therefore, be addressed sufficiently on a single platform. As such, there are thousands of organizations that work towards fighting and advocating for these rights. Learn more about Jim Larkin: http://www.laceyandlarkinfronterafund.org/about-lacey-larkin-frontera-fund/jim-larkin/ and http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/potmsearch/detail/submission/6427427/Jim_Larkin

The United States boasts of being the leading nation regarding ensuring that policies on human rights are well implemented, which explains why the nation also has the majority of human rights advocacy groups. Here are a few of them.

CHIRLA

The Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights of Los Angeles has been on the forefront in fighting for immigrants’ rights since 1986. The organization, however, attained its non-profit status in 1993. It was initially operating within Los Angeles County but eventually graced the national stage.

The organization has played a key part in developing laws that safeguard the rights of immigrants living in the country as well as pushing for the implementation of those rights. Besides that, CHIRLA mentored and facilitated the growth of other like-minded organizations in the 80s and the 80s.

Together with those organizations, CHIRLA was able to stand against some draconian laws that were unfair to immigrants, especially the working immigrants. Read more: Jim Larkin |LinkedIn

Together with a few other human rights advocacy groups, CHIRLA pushed for the adoption of the Assembly Bill 2536. The bill that took effect from 2004 made it mandatory for every employer to pay their domestic workers compensation for overtime hours. CHIRLA also played a key role in the establishment of the Garment Worker Center in 2001. The center addresses the challenges that face workers in the garment industry

The Advocates for Human Rights

The Advocates for Human Rights operates in North America, Asia, Europe, and Africa. Through its Women’s Human Rights Program, the organization addresses human right violations that affect women. It has in particular been very vocal in fighting for the enactment of laws that protect women from domestic violence, employment discrimination, and sexual harassments.

SDIRC

The San Diego Immigration Rights Consortium (SDIRC) was established a decade ago with the aim of pushing for immigration reforms. The organization has also worked hard in educating immigrants living in San Diego in their rights. SDIRC also invests in neutralizing the dehumanizing myths that Americans have about immigrants.

The Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund

The Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund channels resources into funding human rights activist groups in America, particularly in Arizona. The fund was set up by Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, two journalists that were wrongly arrested by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in 2007.

The duo successfully appealed their case in the United States Court of Appeals, with the settlements that resulted from the court verdict going to the Larkin & Lacey Frontera Fund.

Boraie Development LLC, Revitalizing the New Brunswick, New Jersey Skyline

A 17-story residential high-rise that features luxury living conditions is taking shape in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Aspire, as it is named, will offer among its amenities, a community kitchen with a lounge, a rooftop patio, and garden, a green roof, on-site parking, a state of the art fitness and yoga center all with a doorman on duty 24/7.

This new edifice which is being built to the tune of $77.2 million could not have happened, said Omar Boraie of Boraie Development, without the help of the EDA’s Urban Transit Hub Program and the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Financing Agency. As little as 15 years ago New Brunswick was much more of a transient town but now it is a more sophisticated. Check out Central Jersey Working Moms for the details.

Their Aspire leasing office will not open until the end of the month, but already there has been a huge response from potential tenants which are willing to pay $2,800 a month for a two-bedroom apartment. Their architect firm, Costas Kondylis & Partners has also designed all the Trump buildings in New York, and they expect the tenants of these luxury living quarters to be the who’s who of the New Brunswick area.

The Boraie Development, LLC, for 30 years or more has worked to enhance the urban neighborhoods in New Jersey. Their investment strategy in these communities has an intrinsic value due to redevelopment activities. Boarie Development is not just about building rental units, but also develops properties with mixed use potential by building retail buildings. Moreover, Boarie offers leasing, property management services, accounting, and maintenance.

They are in partnership with Shaquille O’Neal which has enabled them to develop residential and commercial real estate in Newark and other areas of New Jersey. An old theater building in Newark has been turned into the CityPlex 12. They also built a new residential $60 million housing tower in the downtown area of Newark that is the first new housing to be developed in that area in fifty years. There is a large retail complex being built in Atlantic City as well as more developments in New Jersey.

According to NJ Biz, Omar Boraie has had for over 40 years a vision of New Brunswick becoming a thriving metropolis, even though people thought he was crazy. They have been debased of that idea with the building of a twenty-five story condominium which is the tallest building in New Brunswick with 121 rental units, 10,000 square feet of retail spaces, 40,000 square feet given over to office spaces and a parking area with 400 spaces.

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